Technical guide to Developer:

› System Requirements

Developer is designed to run on Microsoft Windows 2000, XP or Vista.

Developer requires approximately 20MB of disk space, and at least 512MB of RAM.


› Installation

Developer is installed by running the setup program provided. Please note that administrative access rights will be required.

Once installed, Developer can be run immediately. However, in order to start using the software, you must sign-in with a user name and password.


To obtain a user name and password, an account must be registered. This can be completed via the registration page.

Once registered, an email will be sent with a user name and password. The user name will be the email address used to register, and the password will be randomly generated. The email will be sent from, so please ensure your anti-spam software can accept emails from this address.

Signing In

Sign-in can be performed by clicking the “Sign-In” button at the top right of the screen. Developer will then remain signed-in until the application is closed down.

To save repeatedly retyping an account name and password on every sign-in, the “Remember Me” option can be checked in the sign-in window.


To make Developer available to multiple users across a network, the software can be installed on a shared network drive. All system settings (such as system defaults) are then shared for all users. However, user sign-in details are still stored locally on each workstation in addition to user preferences and most recent files.


The installation consists of a digitally signed setup file. You can trust that the initial download and any subsequent updates are 100% secure. Downloads and updates can be managed centrally and then distributed to your users securely, according to your existing company policy. Developer executables are also digitally signed.

Signing in to the software will require an internet connection. Once signed-in, the software will require constant internet access to remain active.

Firewalls may need to be configured to allow access to


› Quality Assurance

Our development process involves unit testing, automated user-interface testing, and regression testing.